The prominent Ayala Museum in Makati will be waiving its entrance fee on July 30, Saturday as it holds its Inspire Every Day 2016 campaign.
As Ayala Museum will have a Free Admission, the registration will start at 8:30 a.m. and gates will open at 9 a.m.
Guests are then encouraged to arrive early on that day as the Museum will temporarily stop entry once maximum capacity has been reached.
Further, aside from the Ayala Museum, admission to the Filipinas Heritage Library is also free on July 30 wherein guests can enjoy exhibitions on Philippine historical events as well as artworks from across the globe during the event.
Activities to be enjoyed will include also talks from photographer BJ Pascual, “Heneral Luna” director Jerrold Tarog and painter and calligrapher Anina Rubio, as well as performances by Ballet Philippines and the Manila Symphony Orchestra.
Daylong hands-on activities will be available, such as coloring stations and yoga classes for kids. The event will also feature performances by Manila Symphony Orchestra’s Junior Orchestra, Ballet Philippines, and artists from the Tago Jazz Cafe. Guests can take home great finds from the mini-bazaar featuring the Museum Shop and other participating brands.
There will also be featured sessions with some of the country’s most famous creatives, who will share a thing or two about how they keep their passion alive and well. There will also be a “Passion Pitch” project by the cause-driven collective Muni, where guests are welcome to share what they are passionate about and how they stay focused.
The Inspire Every Day aims to prove that a break from blue-lit pixels and an exploration of the tangible can do wonders, and that a plethora of art, history, and culture can be found not too far away from home. One does not need a large amount of effort to find something moving enough to fuel the fire of constant improvement. Sometimes, a day at the museum is all that’s needed.
Thus, visitors will surely be treated at the Ayala Museum as it hold its third annual free-admission day.
For more details on the event, visit the Ayala Museum Facebook page.